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Old 06-02-2007, 16:25   #1
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Where do you buy US Blu-ray or HD-DVD's?

Where do you lot buy US Blu-ray and HD-DVD's from? I'm looking for a supplier thats fairly cheap for Blu-ray!

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Old 06-02-2007, 16:38   #2
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DVD Pacific are the nuts.
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Old 06-02-2007, 16:44   #3
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DVD Pacific are the nuts.
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*********, very quick despatch, sometimes arrive next day
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dvdworldusa have been spot on for me, put in an order with dvdpacific and didn't see it for weeks so haven't tried them a second time.
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When you add postage costs at DVDpacific the prices are not much different to Amazon and others.
Why are they so good? Do they mark down multiple disc courier deliveries? If they do I can see why they would be good.
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When you add postage costs at DVDpacific the prices are not much different to Amazon and others.
Why are they so good? Do they mark down multiple disc courier deliveries? If they do I can see why they would be good.
Even if you receive the 10% discount with Amazon they are only cheaper on the HD-DVD combo discs compared to DVDPacific. Pacific also tend to send preorders out a week or two early, Amazon always stick to street dates (well they do for me). Pacific mark down the true value of the item, so no they aren't any more customs friendly.
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example Black Rain HD-DVD
DVDpacific £12
dvdworldusa.com £13.99
amazon.com 13.67

at cheapest postage.
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